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Sex Ed 101: The Curious Case of Sex Organs


If you are a teenager who has just wrapped his/her brains about sex, congratulations to you. We hope not to freak you out any further!

if you are an adult who still cannot tell the difference between the clitoris and the vagina, do not worry for we are going to save the day!

Here’s a quick look at the sexual orientation of our bodies:


Men, as you might have noticed, the external male genitalia include the penis, urethra, and scrotum. But this is not where the story ends. Internal male genitalia is very much required to paint a complete picture (or have sex) and it includes parts such as seminal vesicle, testes, vas deferens, epididymis, prostate, bulbourethral gland, and ejaculatory duct.

With that being said, the penis is the main organ as long as sex is considered. It is able to ejaculate semen during sex that is produced by the testes.


While people often use vagina to refer to the entire female genital region between the legs, this is incorrect. The external parts of the female genitalia include the glans clitoris, labia minora and majora, an opening of the urethra and vagina along with the surrounding tissue called the vulva.

It is common for men (and even women) to consider the clitoris and the vagina to be the same. Instead, the vagina is the tube between the vulva and the cervix that provides the base for sexual insertion (such as penis, fingers, female condoms, sex toys).

On the other hand, the clitoris is the most sensitive and erogenous zone of the female body which can be stimulated during masturbation or intercourse to derive earth-shattering sexual pleasure (if done right, of course)!